St. Modwen, the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, has opened new public toilets at Wembley Central, built as part of the £90 million regeneration of Wembley town centre.
The new toilets will be clean and safe and monitored every hour by dedicated staff. The toilets are on the lower ground floor by the lift lobby and can be accessed through the plaza by the lifts and stairs to the car park, adjacent to Ramsey House and Manor Court.
The toilets were launched on Valentine’s Day as shoppers and passers-by were given carnations and heart-shaped balloons by staff at Wembley Central.
John Malyon, centre manager of Wembley Central said: “People want to use toilets which are clean and secure, so they can shop in comfort. The local area hasn’t had a public convenience for a long time and we’re putting that right. By launching them on Valentine’s Day we are helping to get them noticed and give people another reason to love coming to Wembley Central.”
The new public toilets will be open seven days a week from 8.30am till 5pm.
When the final phase of the redevelopment is complete, Wembley Central will provide 135,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space, together with 23,000 sq ft of offices at Ramsey House, and Central Apartments – a development of 117 private apartments to complement 85 affordable homes already completed on site.